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Low-Fee Rental Roundup: Brooklyn Heights, Astoria, Harlem and more, from $1,350 to $6,400 a month

By Leah Hochbaum Rosner  | September 17, 2013 - 11:16AM

Fantasizing about killing your roommate again? It might be wiser just to move. While paying the customary broker’s fee—which could be up to 15% of a year’s rent—might break the bank, a no-fee or low-fee apartment (with fees between zero and 9% of the annual rent) may ease your way into a new living situation. Browse the assorted apartments listed here in our Low-Fee Rental Round-up or search by "low-fee" or "no fee" on rental site Naked Apartments

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No-fee Brooklyn Heights studio in luxury high-rise offers granite countertops, stainless steel kitchen and solar window shades, $2,285/month>>

Sunny Upper East Side 3-bedroom/2-bathroom in luxury doorman building features floor-to-ceiling windows, a large separate dining area and a gourmet kitchen, $6,400/month+7.0% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 1-bedroom in Astoria, Queens; building amenities include 24-hour doorman, fitness center, bike storage and rooftop lounge, $2,275/month>>

Midtown West 2-bedroom/2-bathroom corner unit has in-unit laundry, gourmet kitchen, oversized windows and en suite master bathroom, $6,050/month+8.3% broker’s fee>>

No-fee 1-bedroom/1-bathroom in SoHo doorman building has a pass-through kitchen and gets a ton of natural light, $4,000/month>>

Harlem 1-bedroom has a new bathroom, hardwood floors and a windowed kitchen, $1,800/month+8.5% broker’s fee>>

Renovated Washington Heights 1-bedroom/1-bathroom has on-site laundry, $1,350/month+5.0% broker’s fee>>

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